Also see Getting Started with Delphi at TU/e.
|A N N O U N C E M E N T S|
General Delphi and IDE Questions:
Delphi Pascal Questions:
tracing the execution of a program,
the next statement to be executed is highlighted in blue.
If tracing does not work,
you may have to
change an IDE preference:
When a console application is executed from Windows
(as opposed to: from an MS-DOS window, by typing in its name),
it creates a temporary MS-DOS window.
In this window, you see keyboard input and screen output.
When the program terminates, this window is immediately closed.
To prevent this, you can include the following two lines
at the end of your program
(that is, right before
- Preferences -> Debugging: check `Step program block'
Error 103 indicates that some file was not found when attempting to open it.
This happens, for instance, when you try to run a console application
with incorrect project options.
Change your project's options
by enabling `Generate console application' under `Linker'.
Alternatively, you can include the following comment
at the beginning of your program:
; write('Type <enter> to terminate the program: ')
[When running a Pascal program, the predefined text files input
and output are automatically opened.
This only works properly when a console application is being generated.]
Feedback about this page is welcome